Georg Jensen Damask

Georg Jensen Damask Snowflake Tablecloth Round 210cm White

Kr 2.700

Supplier: Georg Jensen Damask
Designer: Jette Nevers
Material: Woven from 100% Egyptian, double spun, combed cotton

Dimensions: Ø 210cm
Color: White
Washing instructions: Follow the washing instructions on the product. For maintenance tips, see here

A refined damask cloth, which invites winter to the table in the form of the finest, stylized snowflakes. The interpretation of the snowflakes' geometry is so tight that the tablecloth can also be used for other seasons, where the white tablecloth lifts the table setting and the mood.

The Snowflakes tablecloth was designed by textile artist Jette Nevers. She is behind several geometric textile patterns for Georg Jensen Damask. With inspiration from the purity and quiet world of the snowflake, she has created a design with a simple and tight expression that creates calm on the table.

Choosing the size of the tablecloth depends on how much drape you want. We recommend 20-30 cm on the sides and ends of the table so that the tablecloth has the nicest drape. For example, if you have a table of 1 x 2 metres, we recommend the size 140 x 240 cm.

By using a tablecloth base, the tablecloth will lie nice and firm and will not slide on the surface of the table. It will also protect the dining table against shocks, moisture and stains. You can find the cloth underlay here

Georg Jensen Damask

With a history that spans generations, Georg Jensen Damask represents unique artisanal quality and timeless aesthetic design that covers all forms of textiles for the home. The story officially started in 1756, when Andreas Jensen married Kirsten Christensdatter. Together they laid the foundation for the Georg Jensen Damask we know today.

The philosophy of the Georg Jensen Damask family was to create democratic and different design products of high quality, with great functionality and beauty. A philosophy they still manage according to. Today, Georg Jensen Damask is a modern textile business, with a modern Scandinavian expression.